The 7.2-magnitude earthquake has killed at least 10 people and injured more than 1,100 others.

There has been no information about casualties related to Vietnamese workers, according to the Vietnam Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei.

The 7.2-magnitude earthquake kills at least 10 people and injures more than 1,100 others.

The earthquake in Hualien also tested the adaptability of foreign nurses residents. On April 3, reported that a Vietnamese nurse in Miaoli county remained calm in the face of danger, immediately turned off the power system, and carefully helped her homeowners evacuate. She was praised for her professionalism. The quake in Miaoli County was recorded at a magnitude of 5.

Dinh Thu Nguong, an employee at the Nantou Labor Office in Taiwan, said that labor offices in districts across Taiwan have established networks to share information about foreign workers, allowing Vietnamese laborers to quickly update information in the event that foreign workers encounter issues.

Tran Duc Cuong, general manager of foreign laborers at Ho-master labor brokerage Co., Ltd. in Taipei, said agencies and factories in Taiwan regularly conduct earthquake prevention drills for foreign workers.

Currently, the morale of the Vietnamese community here has gradually returned to stability, he said.

According to Le Quoc Dai, a second-year student at National Dong Hwa University in Hualien, said that the university is making every effort to arrange study activities of students, including Vietnamese, so that they can graduate on schedule.

Source: VNA